Staff

Discovering the community behind FPU

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Fresno Pacific prides itself in providing disability services to the community. Melinda Gunning is the director of disability access and education, and has a true passion to help students.

Black Friday is more popular among students than Cyber Monday

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Black Friday is more popular among students than Cyber Monday For some students, Thanksgiving is a great time to gather with family and catch up, but once that is over many students start thinking about shopping on Black Friday. Black Friday seems to be happening earlier and earlier each year. But is it really worth

Student-led journal provides outlet for creativity

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FPU's Green Light is a student-led journal that provides an outlet for creativity. The journal is published yearly, and is accepting writing submissions up until December 31st of this year.

Vikings and Christians share the screen

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If you liked watching "Game of Thrones" then "Vikings" may be your next series to binge on Hulu. The historically based TV series illuminates medieval themes, religion, and historical characters from this time period.

On-campus population numbers have dropped

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On-campus population numbers have dropped, while commuter population numbers have risen. FPU currently has 373 students living on campus, and many departments are brainstorming ways to get numbers back up.

The bean we need (or do we?)

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Although coffee is a great way to get energy to make it through college students’ busy days, there are definitely benefits and downsides to coffee.

Escapism: Creative solution to hard times

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Creates opportunity for positive self reflection Throughout our time in college, we all face situations where we find ourselves stuck, and it feels as if we’re in our own burrows underground with no way out. Perhaps you’re in debt with student loans, your grades aren’t as great as you’d hoped, or you have done something

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